The Baylor Libraries Honor Student Researchers

May 5, 2014

The Baylor Libraries presented awards for outstanding presentation of research during this year's Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Achievement (URSA) Week at Baylor University. Sha Towers, Director of Liaison Services for the University Libraries, presented these awards to the following students at an awards ceremony on April 24, 2014.

Amanda Mintz
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Clay Butler
Who’s got the power? Conversational Dominance in Same-gender Discourse

Rebecca Young
Faculty Mentor: Ms. Marie Smart
Mystical Spirituality in American Abstract Expressionism

Hayley Sharma
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Frieda Blackwell
Moratin’s Solution for Spanish Theatre Reform in the 18th Century

Abigail Pinto and Chelsea Goodman
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Shelby Garner
Identification of Student Nurses’ Perceptions of Nursing in Bengaluru India: A Photovoice Study

Chance Coppedge
Faculty Mentors: Dr. Scott Spinks and Ms. Holly Joyner
Mercosur: Protection and Quality of Life in Argentina and Brazil

Natasha Jordan and Jacquelyn Clark
Faculty Mentor: Ms. Carol Macaulay-Jameson
Bringing Down the House: Waco Urban Renewal

Rebecca Klein
Faculty Mentors: Dr. Linda Perry and Ms. Carol Macaulay-Jameson
Metates and Starch Grains: Evidence of Maize and Seed Processing in Coryell Co.

Bayless Drum
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Tamarah Adair
RNA-seq Reveals Changes in S. aureus Transcriptome after Blue Light Illumination

Thomas Elston
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Joaquin N. Lugo
Aniracetam and Behavior

Meredith Rosenthal
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Tamarah Adair
Variation in Response to Blue Light among Staphylococcus aureus Isolates

A special exhibit honoring these undergraduate researchers is on display in the first floor corridor between Moody Memorial and Jones Library through finals.

To enjoy pictures from the URSA awards ceremony, visit the Facebook page for the Office of the Vice Provost for Research at Baylor University.